Renting a space to sell your stuff at Sunday Swap Flea Market is quick, easy and a smart way to make some extra money. Note: This is an outdoor market, all vending spaces will be either on pavement, or gravel. Although vendors have the option of setting up the day before, our featured event is on Sunday. We recommend bringing a table to display your stuff, chairs to keep you comfortable, a corner space for maximum visibility. Vendors are also encouraged to bring additional boxes or bags to allow for a comfortable experience for shoppers.
Often times new sellers reserve a space to “test-sell” new products for a month and, if the business is strong, typically reserve a vending area for future events. Many of our sellers have been here since year one.
We have received numerous requests over the course of the year for service-oriented companies to purchase a selling space and market their products or services to our customers at Sunday Swap Flea Market, Based on the higher demand and to maintain the integrity of the business, effective January 1st, 2021, we will be changing the pricing structure for service-oriented companies. Service-oriented companies are companies such as phone companies, state companies and other outside service companies such as insurance and healthcare companies. Rates start at $35/day. (Saturday and Sunday)
For more information on selling at Sunday Swap Flea Market interested vendors can call Corbin Wheaton:(Event promoter) at 402.738.0268 or message us directly by clicking the message icon in the lower right hand corner.
Still debating weather or not you want to reserve a spot? No worries!
We understand your profit is key and any overhead expense takes away from your overall profit margin. That's why Sunday Swap Flea Market offers first time vendors a special discounted rate!
Click the link below to reserve your space for our next event!
Visit the property
If you’ve never sold at Sunday Swap Flea Market, visit the property first to see what products are currently for sale and what items have the least amount of competition, plus learn how top existing sellers engage their buyers.
Manage your display
Make sure you have a large visible sign that explains what you are selling. Arrange your merchandise in a way that will capture your customers’ attention and encourage browsing. Change your display (and even your product offerings) every other month.
Engage your customers
Remember there are many vendors, so stand out in the crowd by knowing your products well and talking to customers about each product’s features and benefits, while also learning more about your customers’ needs.
Try it for a month
If you are new at the market, we recommend selling for at least one month in order to get the full experience and start seeing results. During this time, you can watch and learn from other successful sellers. Ask us about our first time vendor discount!
Learn your buyers
Observe what customers are buying and keep this in mind for your own merchandise. For example, many collectibles dealers know exactly what their customers collect.
Flea markets are known for bargains, but make sure you are not underpricing your items. Also, always offer special discounts such as a two-for-one deal, and don’t forget to have enough cash on hand since the majority of customers at flea markets do not pay with credit cards. Expect the buyer to negotiate on prices, too.
Find ways to collaborate with other vendors, or cross-promote. For example, if you sell women’s lingerie, ask a “neighbor” who sells cosmetics to recommend your products in exchange for promoting his or her products.
Use social media
Use social media channels (Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, etc.) to amplify your reach, show off your sales and attract new customers.